Who’s Triple Nipple? Oh, just Sigur Ros reborn as dubstep DJs

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By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Saturday 6 July 2013

Is this a joke? Jonsi, Kjartan Holm, and Sigrun Jonsdottir, the trip behind Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Ros, have taken up DJing under the name Triple Nipple. They’ve played a set for Boiler Room and you can now hear how well they fare in the streaming DJ mix of Baltimore club and big-room electro house […]

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Swedish band I Used To Be A Sparrow goes acoustic

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By Caroline Aranius in New Music on Friday 26 October 2012

Swedish indie rockers I Used To Be A Sparrow embarked on a very special European tour, travelling with only their guitars and perfoming intimate acoustic sets in Sweden, Italy, Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Belgium over an intense ‘on the road’ adventure in support of their debut album Luke. The duo of Dick Pettersson and […]

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Brian Eno’s Always Returning (For All Mankind)

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By Teen Daze in New Music on Monday 30 May 2011

Always Returning (For All Mankind) has joined the ranks of songs like Blue In Green by Miles Davis and Heysatan by Sigur Ros, as a song that will always devastate me.

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A Take-Away Show of Sigur Rós

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By Mike Daly in Video on Friday 10 April 2009

The Take-Away Shows is a series of improvised video sessions with musicians, set in unexpected locations and broadcast freely on la Blogothèque. The project is founded by producer Chryde and filmmaker Vincent Moon, who in the first year, managed to make over a hundred films. Each one is beautifully filmed and professionally sound recorded, creating […]

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Sigur Ros’ uncooperative NPR interview

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By Zolton in Video on Tuesday 24 February 2009

Oh boy! Icelandic group Sigur Ros may produce the most ethereal, melodic and startlingly original music (right down to creating their own language to sing in), but they certainly weren’t in the mood for this interview as part of NPR’s Bryant Park Project. Sullen, unfriendly and uncommunicative, the band shifted uncomfortably in their seats for […]

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